Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Finish! What Next?

This afternoon, between loads of laundry, I finished 'Victorian Ribbons." I have been thinking of designs in threes lately- what would make pleasing wall groupings. I can picture this design blending well with several designs!
So now -the big decision - what to start next? I could of course drag out any number of WIPs - but I don't see that happening. I cannot decide on the same design two days in a row!

I was going through my The Sampler Girl file searching for 'Scottish Alexandria,' when I spied an Irish freebie by Tanya's mom. That got me thinking about Irish/Shamrock/St. Patrick's Day/Spring designs, so off I went on another rabbit trail. Now I have a dozen Irish designs in one stack and 'Scottish Alexandria' in another. 'Scottish Alexandria' has been leaping out at me from pictures on Tanya's blog - it looks good wherever she places it. So what to do? It's a thinker.



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15 comments:

Dee said...

Awwwwwwww...what a sweet thinking angel.

KarenV said...

Victorian Ribbons is very pretty - congratulations on your finish!

Margaret said...

Beautiful finish! Congratulations!

Chris said...

Love the finish Michele!

Sylvia said...

Beautiful finish - love the color you chose. Congrats.

Nancy said...

Such a pretty finish! I love the ribbon border.

Sally said...

Your finish is beautiful :)

Giovanna said...

Lovely finish - congratulations!

Laurie in Iowa said...

Victorian Ribbons is lovely. Love the color you chose.

Nicole said...

Congrats on the finish! It's beautiful!!

Mary said...

Decisions! Decisions!

Victorian Ribbons is lovely! Can't believe you stitched it so fast.

Jennifer said...

Looks great!!!

Oh please come and do my laundry too....LOL

Yes, mam, I'm going to do some Irish stitching too. I designed one this weekend and can't wait to get started on it.

Suzanne said...

Congratulations on a beautiful finish!

Brigitte said...

Victorian Ribbon looks wonderful. Great piece and great stitching.

Karoline said...

It's lovely, congratulations